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Robert Livingston - Stony Brooke
Ray Corrigan - Tucson Smith
Max Terhune - Lullaby Joslin
Kenneth Harlan - Flagg
Jean Carmen - Marion
Sammy McKim - Jimmy
Oscar and Elmer - Themselves
Burr Caruth - Warren
Allen Connor - Reggie
Yakima Canutt - Spider
Horace B. Carpenter - Larkin
Jane Keckley - Mathilda
Robert Walker - Williams
Jack Ingram - Jed
Loren Riebe - Hank
Jack Kirk - Sheriff
Vinegar Roan - Zeke
Wes Warner - Old Man
Jack Padjan - Duke
Director: Joseph Kane
Writer: Oliver Drake
Producer: Sol C. Siegel
Cinematography: Gus Peterson
Editing: Russell Schoengarth
Subject: "Crash" Corrigan Rides Again!
In 1937, Corrigan bought over 200 acres in Simi Valley where he built a movie ranch. Many westerns were filmed there. In the 1950s and 1960s, TV shows such as Have Gun Will Travel, Rin Tin Tin, The Lone Ranger and even episodes of Star Trek were shot at Corriganville.
Today the original buildings are all gone and Corriganville is a regional park.
Subject: Old-time cowboy movies.
Subject: No peyote here
Subject: The Three Mesquiteers Ride Again
Although Ray "Crash" Corrigan, Bob Livingston and Max Terune (the ventriloquist who seems somewhat out of place), who star in this one are the actors most familiar in the roles of William Colt McDonald's characters, others, including John Wayne, played during the series' long run.
The actual time of the Mesquiteers films shifted from movie to movie, with some set in (then) contemporary times and others set in the old west (and different periods at that).
These westerns have plenty of "B" action in which you occasionally can tell a roundhouse punch misses its mark, although the recipient falls anyway and counting bullets fired suggests some secret ammo feed.
They're nonetheless my favorites among all of the "B" westerns, always leavened by humor, some of which works and some of which is funny because it doesn't. --Allan Maurer
Subject: I feel shystered myself!